in Afghanistan 1 September 2015 From the section Asia Image caption A wave of Taliban attacks and offensives have left the country reeling in recent weeks Afghanistan is in dire crisis as the Taliban battle a weak government, and peace ... BBC, 3 hours ago
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The Taliban has admitted covering up the death of long-time leader Mullah Omar for two years, saying it wanted to keep it secret until foreign forces ended their fight against the militants. The group confirmed in July that Omar had died but did ...ABC Online, 11 hours ago Mullah Omar Is Dead, The Taliban Lives Union.com.ng, 3 weeks ago Raja-Mandala: After Mullah Omar Indian Express, 4 weeks ago Mullah Omar: Kabul locals divided on dead Taliban leader's influence ABC Online, 4 weeks ago
Malala Yousafzai survived being shot by the Taliban in Pakistan while she was campaigning for women's education in OCtober 2012, and since then she's catapulted to international fame since then. Malala with her father: Reuters Now, according to ...Firstpost.com, 1 week ago
17 photos Hide Caption 1 of 17 17 photos In this image taken off television by BBC Newsnight, Omar -- fourth from left -- attends a rally with Taliban troops before their victorious assault on Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, in 1996. The ...CNN, 3 weeks ago Taliban tensions worsen CNN, 3 weeks ago Taliban confirm leader's death CNN, 1 month ago Afghan intelligence claims Pakistan implicated in Kabul attacks Deccan Chronicle, 2 weeks ago
CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS The Taliban's smooth and rapid transition after their acknowledgment of Mullah Omar's death sends a strong message: They are afraid of the potential rise of the Islamic State militant group in Afghanistan if they fail to ...Japan Times, 3 weeks ago Potential rise of Islamic State in Afghanistan makes Taliban nervous Economic Times, 4 weeks ago The Taliban Is nervous about Islamic State's rise — Noah Feldman Malay Mail, 4 weeks ago Islamic State Makes the Taliban Nervous Bloomberg View, 1 month ago
After fleeing the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, Taliban chief Mullah Mohammad Omar took refuge in Pakistan's densely populated southern port city of Karachi. His cover? Potato trader in a downtown market. A senior Taliban figure resigned ...Stars and Stripes, 3 weeks ago The Taliban after Omar Pakistan Observer, 4 weeks ago What's next for the Taliban? Canberra Times, 4 weeks ago What's next for the Taliban after Mohammad Omar's death? Sydney Morning Herald, 4 weeks ago
Mansour, who was deputy to the late Taliban founder Mullah Mohammad Omar, is widely seen as close to neighbouring Pakistan's powerful military intelligence, which helped create the Taliban in the 1990s and has maintained links ever since. ...DNA India, 3 weeks ago New Taliban leader moves fast to heal rifts in Afghan insurgency AlertNet, 3 weeks ago New Afghan Taliban leader vows to continue group's insurgency Demanjo, 1 month ago Who is Mullah Akhtar Mansoor? ARY News.tv, 1 month ago
By , Carter Malkasian leads the stability and development program at the Center for Naval Analyses and is the author of War Comes to Garmser: Thirty Years of Conflict on the Afghan Frontier. The world learned last week that Taliban leader ...Washington Post, 4 weeks ago
KABUL -- A member of the Afghan government delegation that is negotiating with Taliban representatives on a peace deal has confirmed that a second round of talks has been scheduled in Pakistan on July 31. Din Mohammad, a powerful Pashtun tribal ...Radio Free Europe, 1 month ago
KADULA, Afghanistan — Fourteen years after being toppled by U.S.-backed forces, senior members of the extremist group that sheltered Osama bin Laden before and after he plotted the 9/11 attacks are negotiating to end the insurgency. The ...NBCNews.com, 1 month ago
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